A collection of 12 images from my visit in July 2014 under the general theme of Life and People in Artsakh. A series of moments that begin to paint an understanding of life in this country.
Politicians create war but they rarely deliver lasting peace. Over the next few years we will be remembering the centenary of the First World War. At the time it was considered to be the “war to all end all wars”… Read More ›
I have always been intrigued by the oft quoted number, by those sympathetic to the Azerbaijani perspective of the war, of 875000 people being Internally Displaced People (IDP’s) or refugees from the war. Also, the lobbying campaign to allow them… Read More ›
Despite being given an assurance that I would be granted an interview with a Foreign Office official to discuss the UK position on Nagorno-Karabakh, this was subsequently revoked, and I was offered this statement. I shall continue to pursue them,… Read More ›
2012 will recognise the 21st Anniversary of the Independence of Artsakh / Nagorno-Karabakh and to celebrate this I have compiled a collection of 21 Images from my 6 visits to the region which represent 21 personal perspectives. Stepanakert has always… Read More ›
The sound of cars speeding up the main streets, horns blaring out repeatedly, dressed and trimmed with flowers and ribbons is always a sure sign of another wedding in Stepanakert. Pedestrians know to keep their distance from the edge… Read More ›